Intel launches Gemini Lake Pentium Silver, Celeron parts
Continues with the metallic theme.
Continues with the metallic theme.
Base game content removed, added to DLC.
Self-test tool due early next year.
Here's our pick of some of the most impressive projects currently underway in our forum.
Slightly later than previous rumours.
Intel and Nokia are to merge their existing mobile operating systems to create a new Linux-based OS for mobile PCs, netbooks, tablets and in-vehicle entertainment systems
Nvidia has attained WHQL certification for its latest Windows 7 direct compute drive.
Google recently announced it will enter the operating system market with Chrome OS, which will be based heavily around its Chrome browser. We look at what Google and the many commentators said, and put forward some ideas of of our own as to where we think the OS is heading.
CodeWeavers reveals that it will soon be ready to offer DirectX 10 support on both Linux and Mac OS with its CrossOver Games package.
The US Department of Defense has embraced the open source software development model with the launch of a secure, SourceForge-inspired software repository.
Rumour has it that Palm is to launch a new handheld OS dubbed 'Nova' at CES, based around the open-source Linux platform - and possibly followed by some fresh hardware.
Database specialist Oracle has teamed up with storage specialist Emulex to donate open-source code for detection of "silent data corruption" to Linux.
Canonical has announced that it is to create a special version of its Ubuntu Linux distribution aimed at netbooks using ARM's new Cortex A8 and A9 chips.
Opera Software, creator of the popular Opera range of web browsers, has announced membership in the Nokia led Symbian Foundation.
Finnish mobile giant Nokia has purchased Samsung's share of the Symbian mobile platform rights for $410 million as part of a plan to release it under an open-source licence.
The LiMo Foundation has announced eleven new corporate members, bringing the total to over fifty companies helping mould mobile Linux - along with some new handsets.
Canonical has announced that the Ubuntu Linux operating system will now be available through Best Buy shops in the US in a boxed retail form, complete with technical support.
Research firm Gartner has said that Microsoft's Windows operating system will collapse under its own weight if changes aren't made. This is bound to be controversial.
Internal Microsoft emails have revealed that Nvidia's drivers were responsible for 29 percent of crashes in Vista's early days.
Plaintiffs in the "Windows Vista Capable" case have accused Microsoft of knowingly lying to customers in order to boost sales.
PC maker Dell has quietly started offering Ubuntu Linux as an option on its high-end XPS M1330 laptop. A sign that the company is taking desktop Linux seriously?
A poster to Neowin's Windows Beta forum claims to have a pre-release build of Microsoft's next-generation operating system installed on his laptop, and offers a mini-review.
Asus' Eee PC has taken the world by surprise - its combination of form factor, feature set and price point made it one of the hottest products of last year, but it's not without its problems. We take a look at how to improve the Eee PC experience with some simple OS tweaking.
Remember Splashtop? The embedded Linux OS that allowed you to boot up and get on the net in just 10 seconds? Well Asus are expanding its use with more motherboards.
Using a Windows Home Server-based appliance to store your precious data? Better make sure those backups work, as Microsoft has spotted a rather critical glitch.
Got yourself a spangly new Eee PC? Well there's already an alternative OS out there if you want to be a little different to everyone else.
Recently leaked figures show that in the first two weeks of sales Microsoft sold only 244 copies of Vista in the whole of China
Linux users have been waiting a long time for this one - Dell will be selling both laptop and desktop PCs with the open-source OS pre-installed.
Samsung has announced a 4GB flash driver specifically designed to work with Windows Vista and is designed to make the new OS 'lightning fast'.
Microsoft is taking a step back on the software front to help older Operating Systems to emulate Windows XP.
Thinking about building your own 'bot to keep you company? Microsoft wants it to run a Windows OS. Just when you thought LEGO couldn't get more complicated...